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Jean Rouverol

Jean Rouverol was born on July 8, 1916 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. She is an actress and writer, known for Guiding Light (1952), As the World Turns (1956) and Search for Tomorrow (1951). She was previously married to Hugo Butler. See full bio »
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 2009 Finding Jean Lewis (Short)
Jean Lewis
 1940 Jack Pot (Short)
Ruth, Frank's Sweetheart
 1938 Western Jamboree
Betty Haskell
 1938 The Law West of Tombstone
Nitta Moseby
 1938 Annabel Takes a Tour
Laura Hampton
 1937 Stage Door
Dizzy
 1937 The Road Back
Elsa
 1936 Fatal Lady
Anita
 1936 The Leavenworth Case
Eleanore Leavenworth
 1935 Bar 20 Rides Again
Margaret Arnold
 1935 Mississippi
Lucy's Schoolgirl Friend (uncredited)
 1935 Private Worlds
Carrie Flint
 1934 It's a Gift
Mildred Bissonette
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Other Works:

Book: "Refugees from Hollywood: A Journal of the Blacklist Years"

Height:

5' 3" (1.6 m)
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Trivia:

She and husband Hugo Butler were blacklisted in the 1950s and went to Mexico. They did not return to the United States on a permanent basis for thirteen years. See more »

Star Sign:

Cancer

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